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This game helps students review the systems unit for an algebra class. Topics covered are graphing systems of equations, substitution, elimination, word problems, and graphing systems of inequalities. The preview file contains only snapshots of a few of the sli

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Also included in: Jeopardy Bundle: Linear graphing, exponents, polynomials, quadratics, systems

Super-engaging and visually-appealing Powerpoint Presentation which introduces the concept of exponential growth and decay.
The presentation has an engaging hook which will invest students in the lesson. It introduces how to set up a basic exponential function and how to create an exponential fun

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Here is a fun bingo game to engage students and have them practice solving multi-step equations. There are 30 problems with varying levels of difficulty to include equations with variables on one side and variables on both sides. You can use this as an instructional tool or review activity prior to

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Also included in: Equations BUNDLE {Solving One Step, Two Step, and Multi-Step Equations}

Systems of Equations: In this packed Linear Systems bundle find animated demonstration slides, method practice worksheets Hangman style), word problem practice, quizzes, special case game, and all-method review activities.
★Common Core Standards: 8.EE.C.8c, 8.EE.C.8b, A.REI.C.6 ★
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Just a short presentation that starts out reminding students about the difference between multiplying and combining with like and unlike terms.
The 2nd half of the presentation shows step by step examples adding polynomials by combining like terms. The last slide shows how to subtract polynomial

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Why get Mrs. Math’s BINGO game? Well, it was created using a hyper-linked Power Point which allows for you to play a different game every time. Plus a fill in yourself Bingo card slide in the presentation which you can print out for each student allowing you to have as many BINGO cards as you need

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Engage your students in their study of statistics as they compete in self-created Olympic style events. This project will help them discover meaning and apply concepts including measures of central tendency, quartiles, outliers, variance, standard deviation, z-scores, box plots, histograms, normal a

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Factoring Trinomials - This Factoring Trinomials where A=1 BINGO game is a great engaging activity to help students learn or practice the skill of factoring trinomials such that the leading coefficient is equal to 1.
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► 30 Questions in PowerPoint Slides
► 35 Premade/Unique Bingo Cards
► Te

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Also included in: Algebra 1 BINGO Bundle

This flipbook is perfect for a rational expressions unit! It is a great practice/study guide or as class notes during a rational expressions unit. This was created for use in an Algebra 2 class, but could also be used in a Pre-Cal class.
There are five tabs in the flipbook. The tabs are:
• Sim

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Your students will enjoy learning and practicing how to solve absolute value inequalities with this fun, colorful, animated PowerPoint presentation!
The PowerPoint has 3 instructional slides, including examples that explain why and how you must set up the two inequalities to solve the problems. P

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35 slides showing multiple representations of functions: equations, graphs, verbal descriptions, situations in context, and data sets. Students are challenged to identify the function by family: linear (growth/decay), exponential (growth/decay), or quadratic (positive/negative).
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Periodic Functions and Trigonometry Unit for Algebra 2 or Algebra 2 Honors
Learning Scales are included with each section!
You can cut sections out if needed. Everything is editable.
Topics included are:
Exploring Periodic Data
Angles and the Unit Circle
Radian Measure
The Sine Function

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Whether you need more resources (such as problems with numbers reasonable enough that students can ditch the calculator) or just a different way to approach some of the unit's difficult topics (such an elimination flow chart that helps students identify what variable to eliminate and how) give thes

This unit includes PowerPoint presentations, coordinated guided notes with answers, a mid-unit quiz, and unit test covering Radical Functions and Rational Exponents. The PowerPoint includes warm ups (do-now or bell ringer), key concepts, and examples for students to follow. It also includes a pacing

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Power Point includes animated step-by-step instructions for creating a foldable for solving systems of linear equations using graphing, substitution, and elimination. It compares examples of systems with 1 solution (x, y), infinite, and no solutions. Materials needed for each student: scissors, rul

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A square is divided into four sections that each describe how to find the domain and range when given data in four different formats (ordered pairs, a table, a diagram, and a graph). Students can fill in the blank square or you can provide the already filled in square (though I recommend filling in

This flipbook is perfect for a factoring unit! It is a great practice/study guide or as class notes during a factoring unit. This was created for use as a review in Algebra 2, but could also be used in an Algebra 1 class.
There are five tabs in the flipbook. The tabs are:
• Greatest Common Fac

There are no trinomials in sight in this interactive Powerpoint introduction to factoring! It is meant to boost confidence and get students comfortable with the thinking process needed to successfully factor quadratics. Students are asked questions like "What two numbers multiply to get 6 and add to

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Looking for an all inclusive package that has everything you need to teach laws of exponents? This is it! Lesson Power Points, classworks, homeworks, quizzes, a set of test questions, and even some teaching tips embedded in the lesson for instruction. If you are teaching this topic from scratch t

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-Identify key features of graphs of quadratic functions.
-Graph quadratic functions in standard form using a table of values.
-Graph quadratic functions from standard form by finding the axis of symmetry, vertex, and y-intercept.
Includes everything you need to teach this lesson in o

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This PowerPoint guides students through 4 examples of multiplying polynomials using the box method. The lesson begins by reviewing vocabulary and then goes into an example of a monomial by a binomial. There are two examples of binomials times binomials and the final example is multiplying two trin

Practice solving multi-step equations with variables on both sides. This colorful, animated PowerPoint contains one instructional slide with general instructions on solving multi-step equations, plus 9 more practice problem slides. All problems are worked out numerically as well as explained in wo

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Students will love this ZONK review game! This review game includes multiple choice questions that cover the following basic matrix review problems:
- Scalar Multiplication
- Matrix Addition and Subtraction
- Matrix Multiplication
- Finding Matrix Determinants (of 2x2 and 3x3 matrices)
- Finding Mat

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A power point BINGO game that provides students additional practice solving systems of linear equations. Problems include solving by graphing, elimination, and substitution. It also asks students to determine where systems are consistent or inconsistent. Students create their own bingo card by rand

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